Watford’s Christian Kabasele has revealed he is now close to agreeing a new contract with the club.
Kabasele started his career with Belgian side Eupen back in 2008, but he ultimately failed to establish himself as a regular part of the team there, and in two and a half years he was there, he only appeared in nine games. In January 2011, he moved to Mechelen, but his luck wasn’t much better there either. The following summer, he made his way to Bulgaria and joined Ludogorets Razgrad, for which he played 14 times and even managed to find the opposition net six times. In 2012, he returned to Eupen, this time for a much more successful spell which lasted two years, and then he joined Genk. He arrived to the Vicarage Road in 2016, and has worn the Hornets’ shirt 67 times in all competitions so far.
Speaking to the Belgian outlet Voetbal Nieuws, the defender said it was his dearest wish to stay at Watford for as long as possible and grow in step with the club, adding that a new contract was on the horizon.
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